Calendar of Events
Note: More dates can be found on the CHS Sharepoint CalendarBack to Top
Nutritional Sciences Seminar Series
Don't forget to check for updates on The Staff Voice. Announcements made frequently.Back to Top 2012 Faculty Performance Reviews
All resource materials for the 2012 Faculty Performance Review process have been loaded to the CHS Academic Affairs website. Click on the gray bar labeled Faculty Performance Review to find all materials needed for this year’s process.
November 15 - Deadline for faculty member to submit
updated vita to Keturah Taylor for Standard Personnel File. This date is
necessary to meet the SACS requirement.
November 15 - Final date for faculty member to submit
packet, including electronic copy of FPRR, to Director. NOTE: FPRR can be
updated at any time up to submission.
November 15 – Deadline for faculty member to contact the Department Administrative Assistant Anna (ext.80513) or Theresa ( ext.80477) to schedule a 30-minute appointment to discuss the Review between the dates of January 30-February 08, 2013.Back to Top President Capilouto and Provost Tracy to Visit CHS
President Capilouto and Provost Tracy will visit our college on Friday, November 30, 2012 from 12:30 – 3:00. Similar to last year, the President will meet with Sharon Stewart for about 45 minutes, Administrative Council (Char, Phyllis, Janice, Karen) for about 45 minutes, and a small group of pre-selected faculty for about an hour. The President and Provost will not have the opportunity to meet with all faculty and staff, but we will do our best to represent the entire college in our conversations.
Please feel free to send any ideas you have about what
you believe should be presented to the President and Provost in the context
of our visit. The plan is to provide a 1-2 page bulleted list of our
accomplishments, plans, and concerns and suggestions pertaining to the
search for a new Dean and the new budget model and, of course, to discuss
these as we are able during the visit. .
Dr. Jane Kleinert will present a short course for the Annual Convention of the American Speech/Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in Atlanta on Saturday, November, 17.
Administrative Services to Host Reception
Administrative Services will host a thank you reception for all faculty and staff on Monday, December 10 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in CTW 123, the Dean's Office. Please stop by for appetizers and desserts provided by Administrative Services staff.Back to Top Thanksgiving Potluck
The College of Health Sciences Thanksgiving Potluck, sponsored by CHS Staff Council, will be held Monday, November 19 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. in CTW 127, The Commons. Please RSVP to Kristie Bruner by Wednesday, November 14. A sign-up sheet is currently being passed around among divisions. Click here to view the invitation.Back to Top God's Pantry Food Drive
The Gods Pantry Food Drive has begun! A box to collect donated canned goods and nonperishable items has been distributed to all divisions/departments. Please let Kristie Bruner, firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Margo Ubele email@example.com know when your boxes are full and need to be emptied, and they will come and collect your items. The food drive will end on Monday, November 19.Back to Top
Donate to UK's C.R.I.S.I.S. Program
The C.R.I.S.I.S. Program is in place to help University of Kentucky staff members that are experiencing personal hardship.This program provides temporary financial assistance in the form of a onetime payment of up to five hundred dollars. The program is self-sustaining through staff and faculty contributions to the program, by check-only donation or payroll deductions. All donations are non-tax-deductible and payroll deductions are not pre-tax.
This program is a wonderful way to help our UK community in need. This program though is in crisis itself. Last year, they were able to help approximately 35 people, but had to turn away over 75 qualified applicants for lack of funds. Even the smallest donation of $5 will go a long way to helping others in need.Back to Top
2012 Education Innovation Summit
The University Senate Council announces two open forums to give faculty the opportunity to voice thoughts on how the first and anticipated second round of budget cuts have or will impact the University’s academic mission. These forums will take place as follows:
The University of Kentucky College of Education invites you and your colleagues to attend the 2012 Education Innovation Summit, a professional gathering co-sponsored by AdvancED Kentucky focused on creative ideas, research and innovation to help transform P-12 and higher education in Kentucky, on November 29-30, 2012, at the Lexington Convention Center. This year’s theme is Local Focus…Global Impact, focusing on developing a deeper understanding of how to narrow the global achievement gap and better prepare our students for a highly competitive and challenging future.
Among the featured speakers is Tony Wagner. Dr. Wagner’s interactive presentation will draw from his two most recent books, Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change The World, and The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need—and What We Can Do About It. Global and local business and P-12 and higher education leaders will participate, including UK President Eli Capilouto; Gene Wilhoit, Executive Director, Council of Chief State School Officers; Ron Townsend, Executive Vice President of Battelle’s Global Laboratory Operations; Herb Miller, President, Columbia Gas; Bob Quick, President and CEO, Commerce Lexington, as well as over 100 school leaders from the Kentucky P20 Innovation Lab’s Next Generation Leadership Academy, who work daily to create innovative learning environments for all students to succeed in school, college and life.
The Summit will launch new and innovative programs and standards such as Kentucky STEMx Network and the Next Generation for Civic Readiness - The State Standards for Social Studies, as well as concluding the Summit with an Education IDEA Festival led by Kris Kimel, President, Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, and other entrepreneurs.Back to Top
UK College of Public Health Grand Rounds
Speaker: Stephanie Mayfield Gibson, MD, FCAP, Commissioner, KY Dept. for
UK School of Music's Tuesdays at Noon
This fall, the University of Kentucky School of Music in conjunction with the UK Arts in HealthCare program will present a series of performances in the Albert B. Chandler Hospital Pavilion A Auditorium entitled Tuesdays at Noon. This collaboration also marks the beginning of the new Lunch & Listen series, created by the UK Arts in HealthCare program, further integrating the performing arts into the healthcare setting as part of its mission to enhance the healing environment. The concerts will consist of 35-40 minutes of music and conclude with a “meet and greet” with the audience and musicians. All performances will be open to the public and will be broadcast throughout the hospital for the benefit of patients and staff who are unable to attend the performances in person.
November 27 Heartbeat of the World-James Campbell and UK Percussion Ensemble
December 4 The Glorious Sounds of Brass at the Holidays-UK Faculty Brass Quintet
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